AP Calculus AB Exam Date ONLINE TEST DATE: May, 2020Updated 2019 AP Calculus AB Framework and Exam Description All assignments will be posted in VERGE daily until we return to school. If you need to talk to me, email me at bolanle_salaam@dekalbschoolsga.org or contact me through VERGE. Week 1 (Unit 1: Limits)What is Calculus? 2.1 Average Rates of Change 2.1 Numerical Limit 2.2 Definition of a Limit 2.2 One Sided Limits vs. Two Sided Limits 2.2 Graphical Limits 2.3 Limit Rules 2.3 Limits Laws 2.3 Limits of Polynomials and Rational Functions pg. 97 Techniques of Finding Limits - Direct Substitution
- Cancellation (Factoring)
- Radical Conjugate
- Algebraic Manipulation
- Making use of the formal definition of an absolute value
Week 2 (Unit 1: Limits)2.3 Squeeze Theorem pg. 101 2.2 Infinite Limits (Sign Analysis/Limit Analysis) 2.6 Limits at Infinity Special Limit: lim as x->inf 1/x = 0 2.6 Horizontal Asymptotes Review of Polynomial Division & Oblique Asymptotes 2.2 Vertical Asymptotes Week 3 (Unit 1: Limits)Review of Exponentials and Logarithms Piece-wise Functions Review of Domain and Range 2.5 Continuity 2.5 Combinations of Continuous Functions pg. 117 2.5 Library of Continuous Functions pg. 120 Theorem 7 2.5 Limits of Composite Functions 2.5 Intermediate Value Theorem pg. 122 Week 4 (Unit 2: Derivatives)Public Exam #5,9,21 2.7 Derivatives by Definition 2.8 Equations of Tangent Lines Special Cases where Derivatives fail to exist (pg. 158) Exam 1 MONDAY February 3, 2020 (Practice Exam)Week 5 (Unit 2: Derivatives)3.1 Derivative Rules Special Derivative: The derivative of e^x = e^x 3.2 The Product Rule 3.2 The Quotient Rule Week 6 (Unit 2: Derivatives)3.7 (Revisit 2.7 and 2.8) to discuss position-velocity-acceleration3.3 Trigonometric Derivatives 3.4 The Chain Rule Week 7 (Unit 2: Derivatives)3.5 Inverse Trigonometric Derivatives 3.5 Implicit Differentiation These lecture notes will be helpful to read PRIOR to beginning 3.6 Special Derivative: The derivative of ln(x) is 1/x 3.6 Derivatives of Logarithms & Logarithmic Differentiation as a technique Equations of Normal Lines Unit 2 Exam Monday March 2, 2019Week 8 (Unit 3: Derivatives Applications)3.9 Related Rates 9.2 Review: Slope Fields Basic Calculator Use: Week 9 (Unit 3: Derivatives Applications) EXAM 23.10 Linear Approximations 4.1 Extreme Value Theorem 4.1 Critical Numbers 4.1 Extreme Values: Global (Absolute) vs. Local (Relative) 4.1/4.3 Finding Absolute Extrema 4.2 Mean Value Theorem 4.4 L'Hopitals Rule & Indeterminant Forms 4.3 First Derivative Test for Local Extrema Week 10 (Unit 3: Derivatives Applications)4.3 Second Derivative Test 4.3 Concavity 4.3 Inflection Points 4.3 & 4.5 Curve Sketching 4.7 Optimization 4.9 Anti-Derivatives Week 11 (Unit 4: Anti-Differentiation & Integrals)Unit 3 Exam March 16, 2020Integral Notation 5.1 Upper, Lower, Left-Hand, and Right-Hand Sums (Riemann Sums) 7.7 Mid-point & Trapezoidal Sums (The last sum approximation that we will learn. Ignore everything else in this chapter that is not the midpoint or trapezoidal rule) Week 12 (Unit 4: Integrals)6.5 Average Value of a Function 5.2 Integrals as Area 5.1 & 5.2 Summation Notation 5.2 Definite Integrals 5.2 Properties of Integrable Functions pg. 385-387 5.3 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Part II) 5.4 Indefinite Integrals and Net Change Theorem Distinguish between Total (Unsigned) Area and Net (Signed) Area. (Remember, integral notation refers to signed/net area)Week 13 (Unit 4: Integrals & Unit 5 Integral Applications)5.3 Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Part I) [And methods for adjusting limits of integration so that FTC I applies) 5.5 Substitution (Also called u-substitution) 9.3 Separation of Variables (Only worry about the technique for the class example in this chapter) Unit 4 Exam April 3, 2020SPRING BREAK Week 14 (Unit 5 Integral Applications & Course Review)6.1 Area Between Curves 6.2 Volumes of Solids and Cross Sections Week 15 (Course Review & Full Practice Exams)Week 16 (Course Review & Full Practice Exams)Week 17 (Course Review & Full Practice Exams) |